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Firefox Portable with the following extensions (sorted in preferred order:):

Scrollbar Anywhere - http://perso.orange.fr/marc.boullet/ext/extensions-en.html (right click to scroll anywhere on the page)

Foxmarks (bookmark sync.) - http://www.foxmarks.com/ (sync. all your bookmarks between different PC's)

Adblock Plus - http://adblockplus.org/en/ (need to block those AD's)

Filterset.G Updater - http://www.pierceive.com/ (don't want to create AD-block list myself)

MinimizeToTray - http://minimizetotray.mozdev.org/ (keep FF running in the tray)

Gmail Notifier - http://www.nexgenmedia.net/extensions/ (get notified on new mails)

IEtab - http://ietab.mozdev.org/ (IE is owned by, and ran, inside FF. For incompatible web-pages)

Tabbrowser Preferences - (extend FF settings for tab browsing)

Download Manager Tweak - http://dmextension.mozdev.org/ (tweak the "downloads"-window and put it as a tab)

Linkification - http://yellow5.us/firefox/linkification/ (non <A>-urls in webpages made links)

Restart Firefox - http://jedbrown.net/1.0/mozilla/extensions/ (restart FF in "file"-menu)

DownThemAll - http://www.downthemall.net/ (download manager to do batch downloading)

nice avatar man, he never give up LOL Edited by Black Wolf
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@Black Wolf:

Thx :thumbup


You say "to send Firefox traffic down VPN tunnel";

Any chance you could explain briefly how you do this? I'm having serious issues with the webwasher-feature installed in the proxy at work. I would like to be able to relay all my traffic through my home server..

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I installed hamachi on my home computer, then installed it on my laptop. when you turn both of them on, and create a tunnel between both computers, you have a vpn tunnel with encrypted traffic (much easier to set up then open vpn). then, i installed free proxy onto that computer, and set it as a proxy server binded to the hamachi network adaptor. when you want to use the proxy, turn on hamachi to initiate the tunnel, then just set firefox's proxy settings to use the proxy at the ip address of your other computer (you will see, hamachi will give it a 5.*.*.* ip address, which is unique to that computer).

Hamachi creates a virtual network, so it's like both computers are on the same network, even though they are connected by the internet. i use this also if i'm out and want to print something i found, because if the printer is on, it'll print, if not, it gets added to the queue for when the printer is turned on.

Anything else, just ask.

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@Black Wolf:

Thx :thumbup

Where did your avatar gone?

he is in break to relax, right!? :lol:

MGadAllah or Black Wolf or whatever your username is or will be, if you had read the board rules only once you would know that animated avatars are forbidden here. So please stop asking such questions. With your attitude and respect on MSFN board rules, you'll probably will get banned again..

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Version: Firefox

Theme: Cylence Theme: Obsidian Variation

Icons: BLACK

Enabled Extensions:

- Adblock Plus

- Download Manager Tweak

- Flashgot

- Greasemonkey

- Minimize To Tray

- NoScript

- Paste & Go 2

- Personal Menu

- Tabbrowser Preferences

- UI Tweaker

Disabled Extensions:

- Favicon Picker 2

Edited by Claude
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